“He called himself a carpenter; he was in fact a cabinetmaker. Mr. Griffith discarded lumber he regarded as inferior. He would cut a board, and test it, and take off a little more with his plane, and finally he would fit the board precisely. He cut every mortise as if he were a jeweler cutting...
Personal experience alone leads to comprehension.
The wonder of study, the adventure of discovery, the fascinations of a subject that provides endless revelations and insights…all this, coupled with familiarity, breed knowledge, confidence and wonder that results in the creative achievement of the learner.
In the Foundation Course in Drawing and Design, a program of studies has been formulated to introduce newcomers to many of the visual concepts and ideas upon which artists have built their works.